"...The Catholic settlers of the coast between, who came from the British Isles, came, too, with love for Mary ; and the land which seemed closed forever on Catholicity, is studded with shrines of Mary, and sees a council of archbishops and bishops meeting unchecked by government dictation, and spontaneously placing the land under the patronage of St. Mary's Immaculate Conception.
Such is the theme of this beautiful work, last and noblest offering of the genius of Xavier Donald Macleod. It cannot but be read with charm and delight, or fail to quicken and animate zeal and devotion....."
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